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Tusk at Sedona Conference

With Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson in Sedona, Arizona

The Tusk is back from a wonderful four-night stay in Sedona, Arizona, where I gave  a presentation on the Younger Dryas Impact. Wordviewz Media and HowTube’s conference was another milestone on my own journey from hard-headed, meat eating, materialist; to hard-headed, meat eating, materialist…who loves hanging out with the Arizona “crystal crowd.”

God bless their soul.

As I told people repeatedly over the long weekend, it’s such a joy to talk with others about the Younger Dryas Impact. If you haven’t noticed, I spend a lot of time on the keyboard concerning the Younger Dryas Impact. Sometimes I’ll call one of the primary researchers. And every now and then, for a few hours, I might even discuss the subject on a podcast.  But altogether that’s not much “talk time.”

In Sedona, the guy at the pizza shop asked what I was doing in town — and we proceeded to compare notes on the Black Mat.

What a town!

All the presentations can be seen for a fee on HowTube. My talk was on Easter Sunday and I also participated later that day in a lengthy and substantive Q&A answering questions with Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Altogether I spent nearly five hours on the spot.

The full day is available here for $55. Sorry for the charge, I’m working on it;)

 

 

 

2 Responses

  1. Thoroughly enjoyed your presentation Easter Sunday. Healthy portions of Younger Dryas events, Carolina Bays, and Hiawatha. And CRG, represented by Mr. West along with Randall and Graham, made for an excellent afternoon. It was not only informative, but entertaining. Keep up all the good work.

  2. Sorry to miss this convo. My only excuse is going thru cancer radiation therapy X-ray Zaps during this time.
    Sounds like a lot of beneficial beams whizzing about in Sedona that week. Why aren’t the oncologists clued in to That?

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